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Album Review

2009's Jello Biafra & the Guantanamo School of Medicine's debut The Audacity of Hype established that Biafra was back in a big way, benefiting from his first real band (instead of collaboration projects) since Dead Kennedys' 1986 split. Blowing bits and pieces of previous work into a manic punk/post-punk/metallic assault, the posse pours it on again on this six-song successor. The first four songs are such a frenzy that Biafra's display of ire, insanity, intensity, intelligence, and irascible irritability feels like being beaten by an outraged club, albeit with a trademark lampooning penchant. His takedown of religion as a mainstream science denier and political bludgeon is sidesplitting on "Invasion of the Mind Snatchers," and his dark satire of ex-Georgian congressman (and prime Clinton impeacher) Bob Barr, Jr. as a Viagra superman is as rich. His indignation over San Francisco gentrification ("Dot Com Monte Carlo") and Iraqi Veteran’s post-combat suffering ("Victory Stinks") is plain sobering, and the diseased, 18-minute spoken word and blues/experimental/noise hidden track, extrapolating on the Deviants "Metamorphosis Exploration," is as mind-blowing as the latest culture-clash collage poster. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover, Rovi

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Way better than the last album

Don't get me wrong, I liked the last album but this one tops it. If you love the Stooges you will appreciate the hell out of this record. I wish more bands played this type of Rock 'n' roll.


Born: June 17, 1958 in Boulder, CO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Following the demise of the Dead Kennedys in the wake of the financial and emotional disaster that was their 1986 obscenity trial, vocalist and free-speech icon Jello Biafra launched a solo career, devoting some of his releases to spoken word observations on American culture and politics and others to collaborative efforts with several bands. Biafra was born Eric Boucher in Boulder, Colorado, and began collecting odd records in high school. He moved to San Francisco and took his stage name from the...
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